The Resilience Project

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About this app

We all want to be happy in life and The Resilience Project shows you how practicing gratitude, empathy and mindfulness can help you become more happy!

Schools, corporate groups and the biggest sporting teams in the country including AFL and NRL clubs, the Australian Diamonds and the Australian Cricket Team are all practicing the principles of The Resilience Project.

After spending time volunteering in an Indian village former teacher Hugh van Cuylenburg was inspired to create The Resilience Project, which educates Australian parents, children and organisations about the importance of gratitude, empathy (compassion) and mindfulness. “In this desert community, there was no running water, no electricity and no beds; everyone slept on the floor,” Hugh says. “Despite the fact these people had very little to call their own, I was continually blown away by how happy they were.”

The Resilience Project delivers programs to a range of organisations including elite sporting clubs and primary and secondary schools. In addition to the presentations schools receive they have the opportunity to complete a curriculum specifically designed to focus on what you have as opposed to what you don’t have, understanding the benefits of helping others as well as the importance of being healthy and active.
Updated on
Sep 4, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

72 reviews
Myer Pinyon
February 1, 2024
Great idea but the app is missing a lot of simple features which could make it far more effective. A broader range of prompts to help some lateral thinking, an option to set a daily reminder to complete the entries, more options for exercise minutes (maximum of 30), some data to show averages over time and themes perhaps. It just gets very repetitive when the same handful of prompts are rehashed every few days, so there's not a lot of incentive to keep it going for a long period of time.
2 people found this review helpful
Tom 77 personal
July 1, 2020
Liked the app. Still do, having purchased or after reading the book. Little bugbears that other people have mentioned such as the fact the first bit of writing is hard to see as it continues on a single everlasting line. I've liked recording in different ways and the different activities to help me reflect on the day. But. And is a big one. My app had got stuck on day 29. I cannot compete the day despite deleting and re installing the app. Would love a fix.
24 people found this review helpful
A Google user
March 26, 2019
I think these strategies ate great however the app is a little disappointing. Thought I'd try it out before getting the journal. I dont like how the first question remains in one long sentence instead of word wrapping so you can go back and read exactly what youve written. The app also stops when the screen locks which makes it so frusterating as I haven't been able to do the mediatations (dont want to keep changing settings for it), these issues/bugs need to fixed.
33 people found this review helpful